During this summer I had a blog post showing Norway as athe best IPv6 country. IPv6 recently has lots of attentions, but still there are lots of possibilities for lots of good improvements. This time I am not going to bring up information about how many IPv4/8 are still remaining. The recent measurements by begining of October this year shows that Norway is still keeping its first position and more than 10% better than the number two in the list.
The top three IPv6 winners
The good news is that more than 56,5% of the Norwegian AS are IPv6-enabled. This makes Norway as the number ONE. The Netherlands picks up a great value of more than 44,5% is the second best and Singapore is the third best in the world with more than 38,5%.
Congratulations Norway, the Netherlands and Singapore!
The top 15 countries are
|2. The Netherlands|
|10. Czech Republic|
|11. New Zealand|
Sweden is still keeping the second place within the Scandinavian countries. But unfortunately Sweden globally is moved from its place 6 to 9, so there are lots of potential for improvement for us in Sweden.